You Gotta Love Someone

Album: To Be Continued... (1990)
Charted: 33 43
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  • You can win the fight, you can grab a piece of the sky
    You can break the rules but before you try
    You gotta love someone
    You gotta love someone

    You can stop the world, steal the face from the moon
    You can beat the clock, but before high noon
    You gotta love someone
    You gotta love someone

    You've got one life with a reason
    You need two hearts on one side
    When you stand alone and there's no one there
    To share the way it feels inside and baby

    You can cheat the devil and slice a piece of the sun
    Burn up the highway but before you run
    You gotta love someone
    You gotta love someone

    When you're gonna play with fire
    You let someone share the heat
    When you're on your own and there's no one there
    To cool the flames beneath your feet and baby

    You can win the fight, you can grab a piece of the sky
    You can break the rules but before you try
    You gotta love someone
    You gotta love someone

    You gotta love someone
    You gotta love someone Writer/s: ELTON JOHN, BERNIE TAUPIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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